Review: The Great Lakes Trombone Ensemble
By Daniel Hautzinger If you’re near the music building of Cleveland State University this week, you’re likely to run into a number of people carrying trombones. Beginning its third year last Satur…
Daniel Hautzinger ‘16 is on fire with his fellowship over at Cleveland Classical!
Latin jazz music camp to highlight composer Amram
When the composer and multi-instrumentalist David Amram attended Oberlin College many years ago, Latin jazz was just beginning to rear its tangy, rhythmic head. Amram, who was studying composition and piano, played some Latin music at Oberlin in 1949, “which at the time was like I was from a different planet.”
So, Amram was pretty cool.
What a great Monday our Milt Hinton Institute Participants had! All photos by James Martin Vitz-Wong.
Check out these pictures from The Milt Hinton Q&A at the Apollo; following a screening of the Milt Hinton documentary Keeping Time!
They are, from left: Peter Dominguez, Leon Lee Dorsey ’81, Jerry Jemmott, Holly Maxson, David Berger, James McBride ’79, John Clayton, and Richard Davis. Moderator (at right) is Special Collections Librarian Jeremy Smith. Also in attendance was Jim Neumann, of the James and Susan Neumann Jazz Collection!
Preview: Opera Circle’s Die Tote Stadt
By Daniel Hautzinger Erich Wolfgang Korngold isn’t exactly a household name, but you’ve probably heard music by him or imitating him. Korngold, an Austrian composer active in the first half of the …
Opera Circle’s Die Tote Stadt sounds pretty good…